Massive fire breaks out in Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar

NEW DELHI: A massive fire broke out in a cloth godown in the Gandhinagar area of Delhi on Tuesday. A total of 21 fire tenders were pushed into service. No casualty had been reported till the filing of this report.

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Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 13

A massive fire broke out in a cloth godown in the Gandhi Nagar market area of Delhi on Tuesday. A total of 21 fire tenders were pushed into service. No casualty had been reported till the filing of this report. A call about the fire was received at 7.47 am.
 
The blaze was reported at a garment shop in lane number 2 of the Gandhi Nagar market.
 
"Initially 10 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. However, after seeing the intensity of the blaze, we had to press another 11 fire tenders," a fire official said.
 
The fire is yet to be brought under control and its cause yet to be ascertained.--with agencies  

Details awaited
 

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